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International Travelling Uranium Film festival (IUFF) 2014 reaches Bangalore

  IUFF 2014 reaches Bangalore   The on- going second edition of International Travelling Uranium Film festival (IUFF) 2014 now moves to Bangalore as a three day event from 11th April onwards. The festival will be inaugurated at Chokshy Hall of… Continue Reading →

Kashmir Film Festival in Hyderabad Vandalized #WTFnews

Kashmir Film Festival in Hyderabad Vandalized: ‘At approx 12 noon today, the organizers of the festival ‘Kashmir – Before our Eyes’, had gathered along with the film makers, at Prasad Lab preview theater, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. At this point a… Continue Reading →

#India – High Power, Yelllow Oscar Winner film on Tarapur Atomic Power Station

  NEW DELHI, June 7, 2013, The Hindu Power play Budhaditya Bhattacharya A still from ‘High Power’. A still from ‘High Power’. Pradeep Indulkar. Pradeep Indulkar talks about “High Power”, which won a Yellow Oscar at the Uranium Film Festival recently… Continue Reading →

Yellow Oscar for Indian film at Uranium Film Festival

A documentary on the people displaced by the coming up of Tarapur Atomic Power Station, India‘s first nuclear plant near Mumbai, has bagged the Yellow Oscar at the Uranium Film Festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The 27-minute documentary, titled “High… Continue Reading →

Indian Film on Tarapur Nuclear Project “High Power’ nominated for Yellow Oscar #mustshare

Documentary on Tarapur Nuclear Project affected people ‘High Power’ nominated for Yellow Oscar World Premier on 23rd May at Rio-de-Janerio, Brazil About 50 years ago India’s first nuclear power plant established at Tarapur. In the emotional patriotic feelings the locals happily… Continue Reading →

#India- Films under the knife #censorship

OMAR RASHID, The Hindu FILMMAKER:Anand Patwardhan.  The screening of noted filmmaker Anand Patwardhan’s  Ram Ke Naam  (In the Name of God) was persistently protested by the students’ wing of a political party at a recent people’s film festival in Ayodhya, more than… Continue Reading →

Radiating Lies- A Report on Jadugoda

  Although the company claims radiation stories as ” myths “, Headlines Today documents the evidence where the entire environment, community and the future generation has been put to risk by the sheer negligence of the company. [youtube=http://youtu.be/SCA8-EVRu-w] [youtube=http://youtu.be/HgcmU701dog] Related… Continue Reading →

Film fete provides platform for Koodankulam protesters

STAFF REPORTER, The Hindu 100 short films, documentaries to be screened Xavior Amma, leader of People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy, addressing the 8th edition of Vibgyor International Film Festival heldin Thrissur on Saturday. Nothing can dampen the spirit of the… Continue Reading →

Invitation-International Uranium Film Festival, Chennai @5feb

ENTRY FREE WHAT: Festival of international documentaries, short films and animation films covering uranium mining, nuclear research, weapons, and power plants and nuclear waste. Discussions led by feature filmmakers and prominent intellectuals. WHEN: Film Fest on February 5-6, 2013. 9.30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Workshop on… Continue Reading →

#Pune- Week long festival of democracy starting @Jan26 #filmfestival

Dear All, Lokayat is organising a number of public programs in the coming 10 days. Here is a brief list: Program 1.  Republic Day talk on: Constitutional Vision of Education and Neo-liberal Assault: Undoing Dreams of Freedom Struggle Speaker: Dr. Anil… Continue Reading →

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